Launch of our fourth video capsule of the series Diálogos-Dialogues, entitled The Catadores: A Case of Grassroots Recycling Cooperatives in Brazil
Martine El-Ouardi, former student of ÉRIGAL and Françoise Montambeault, our director, publish an article on collective gardens in Mexico City in the International Journal of Urban and Regional Research
The article is titled The Pandemic and Organized Crime in Urban Latin America New Sovereignty Arrangements or Business as Usual and is published in the Journal of Illicit Economies and Development
Julián Durazo Herrmann presents his research project at the Campus Huasteca of the Universidad Veracruzana Intercultural, in the city of Ixhuatlán de Madero.
On November 3rd and 4th, ÉRIGAL, in collaboration with the Canada Research Chair in Participation and Citizenship-s, co-hosted a celebration of the scholarly contributions of Philip Oxhorn, founding director of ISID, a leading political scientist and Latin Americanist.
ERIGAL is very pleased to share with you this call for papers, for a seminar followed by the publication of a book coordinated by two ERIGAL professors: Charmain Levy (UQO) and Dan Furukawa Marques
A summary of ÉRIGAL & LLACS panel at CALACS Congress 2022
Seven ERIGAL professors participated in the 2022 LASA Congress, from May 5 to May 8
February was a busy month of exciting lectures at ERIGAL, with Kevin Parthenay’s Crises en Amérique latine, les démocraties déracinées and Feminism s Fourth Wave, Feminism, Time and History, with Maxine Molyneux.
This special issue which presents debates on Journalism and Populism was co-edited by Julián Durazo-Herrmann, Tania Gosselin and Allison Harell (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Charmain Levy co-wrote and co-published an introduction, a chapter and a book that we present here
Launch of our second video capsule of the series Diálogos-Dialogues entitled "Espaço Coruja : A feminist childcare law in Rio"
Launch of our second video capsule of the series Diálogos-Dialogues entitled Invisible work : UTRASD s Struggles for Domestic Worker s Dignity in Colombia
Dan Furukawa Marques publishes an article on the political experience of the landless in Brazil, based on the practical use of Merleau-Ponty’s political phenomenology as an ethnographic method in his field of investigation.
Successful completion of the CERIUM summer school piloted by ERIGAL (Françoise Montambeault) and OPALC (Olivier Dabène), as part of the CERI-CERIUM Chair in International Affairs.
In collaboration with Odair Barros-Varela, Julián Durazo-Herrmann, professor member of ERIGAL publishes his latest book: Olhares cruzados, Leituras comparativas da integração regional em África e na América Latina
Françoise Montambeault director of ERIGAL and Annabelle Dias Félix, former coordinator and ERIGAL member, co-publish an article on implementation of participatory security mechanisms in the Journal of Latin American Studies
Last week took place the annual Congress of LASA, the Latin American Studies Association, online from Vancouver. This year’s theme was the global crisis, inequalities and the centrality of life. Several of ERIGAL’s faculty members participated in this central scientific activity of the Latin American academic world.
ERIGAL had the pleasure of participating in the organization of the screening of the Mexican documentary.
In collaboration with OPALC and as part of the CERIUM 2021 Summer Schools and the CERI-CERIUM Chair in International Affairs, ERIGAL is organizing its first summer school
ÉRIGAL is proud to launch its series of capsules ÉRIGAL Diálogos. Dialogue which consists of a series of short video interviews with local Latin American actors, practitioners and academics.